Day 1: Robot and Clover Sun-catchers
A fellow Instagramer had trouble making a plastic robot out of plastic beads and metal cookie cutter. It inspired me to make more sun-catchers out of Elmer’s glue! Here are the instructions from previous post.
Day 2: Lowe’s Build and Grow Monster Truck and Pull Back Race Car
I found these little gems at Lowes. They were only about $6 each and was quite easy to put together by my husband (with J’s help hammering)! The kids had a blast painting it and they are such sturdy toys.
Day 3: Rainbow Pot of Gold – paint sample tiles
With St Patrick’s Day around the corner, here’s an easy project to do with the kids. If you child need some guidance with the rainbow colors, I’d start them off by putting a few color tiles on the paper for them. I even showed the kids pictures of rainbows on my laptop as a visual example. You can even draw lines across the page so the kids know where to glue their tiles in. Label each line with the colors of the rainbow if you are teaching them to read.
Day 4: 3-D Hands Keepsakes
I saw this neat YouTube video showing you how to make 3-D hands! I’m sure you can do similar with other tracing like: feet, shapes, etc
Day 5: Rainbow-Colored Finger PRINTING / Painting and ABC Stenciling
The kids are loving their magnifying glass and I thought it’d be neat to have a look at their fingerprints with them. Then I had J tried fingerprinting! I let N go freestyle finger-painting 😉
Then we tried out the new stencils daddy bought for us to learn our ABCs.
What will you do with your week??